Prophet Robert Scott (Columbus, OH) “It Was A Good Hit, But It Didn’t Take Me Out”



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Sunday Morning Worship service from Grace Cathedral Ministries in Sumter, South Carolina. Bishop Anthony Gibson is pastor and Apostle Sammy C. Smith is founder and presiding prelate.

Columbus Neighborhoods: Driving with Darbee – Defense Supply Center Columbus



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Architectural historian Jeff Darbee visits the Defense Supply Center Columbus to learn about World War I industries in Columbus and the center’s role during the war.

This Christmas sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus)



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This Christmas sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus) during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church
Words and Music by Donny Hathaway & Nadine McKinnor,
arranged by Paul Langford

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus



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Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church.
Words and Music by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry, arranged by Tim Sarsany

Soloist: Sharon Udoh
Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Gaelic Alleluia sung by Illuminati (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus)



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Gaelic Alleluia sung by Illuminati (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus) during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church
Craig Courtney, composer

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

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Ring Those Christmas Bells sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus



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Ring Those Christmas Bells sung by The Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church
words by Gus Levene, music by Marvin Fisher, arranged by Ryan Murphy

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Columbus Neighborhoods: This History of Camp Sherman in Chillicothe



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Learn about life at Camp Sherman, the large World War I training camp in Chillicothe, from daily drills to a deadly influenza epidemic.

Photos courtesy: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Library of Congress, Ohio History Connection and Ross County Historical Society
Historic film footage courtesy: Library of Congress

Mary Did You Know sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus)



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Mary Did You Know sung by Vox (Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus) during their Joy! 2018 concert at King Avenue United Methodist Church

arranged by Pentatonix

Artistic Director: Dr Timothy Sarsany
Accompanist: Nathan Hamm
Editing: Jason Bockis / JB Media Design
Audio Recording: Eric French

Why the US celebrates Columbus Day



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Should Columbus Day be Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

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In past decades, Christopher Columbus has gone from unquestioned US hero to problematic figure. For centuries, the destruction and disease he ushered into the Americas have been set aside, allowing the myth of a pioneering sailor who discovered America and proved the world was round to embed itself in US culture. But as this myth has been increasingly confronted with brutal historical facts, things have started to change.

While Columbus still has a national holiday in his honor, complete with parades and celebrations, there are many people fighting to dismantle the myth that surrounds him and choosing to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day instead.

Watch this video to understand how Columbus became a US icon over time and why his status is in question today.

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